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Bumpy macaroon
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Currently Drives:: a megane.................doh
Location: East Anglia.

Back again, its been awhile

Postby Bumpy macaroon » Fri Mar 09, 2018 6:53 pm

Hi all, its been a fair while since i hit the forum and was googling something when the forum popped up so thought i should check in.

still running a 57 plate 1.5dci with no major dramas, the dci is now clocking up 140,000 miles and still plugging away mainly up and down the A14 to cambridge daily, which is an interesting commute to say the least... managed to kill a T reg skoda a few months back after it shunted me from behind, new rear bumper and we were back on the road.

the wife still has the old 05 plate 1.4 not wearing aswell as the slightly younger Dci but it was full of kids in its earlier years but still goes....unlike the wife :no
Bumpy and full of coconuts.
05 1.4 Otto blue Rush Mods: Keyed by some B*%"£~!, interior LEDs
57 106 dci Silver Dynamique Mods: Daughters first baby adidas trainers, Interior LEDs, self made MP3 adaptor

steve-t
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Currently Drives:: Mazda CX-3 Sport nav+ AWD
Location: Wallsend

Re: Back again, its been awhile

Postby steve-t » Fri Mar 09, 2018 9:50 pm

Welcome back.
Some of us have not been as smart and went through mk3 and now mk4's
Or is that just me?

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Stranger
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Location: Lancashire

Re: Back again, its been awhile

Postby Stranger » Fri Mar 23, 2018 5:11 pm

Bumpy! Welcome back brother :tu

Listen, some of us have been even less smart and currently drive a Honda which is THE most unreliable car I've ever owned, totally boring to drive and soulless it even surpasses my first car, a Vauxhall Chevette, in the unreliable stakes :lol:
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